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Transcript of Les misérables
Les Mis was set in the early 19th century (France), it is the story of Jean Valjean, a burly French peasant of abnormal strength and potentially violent nature, and his quest for redemption after serving nineteen years in jail for having stolen a loaf of bread for starving relatives.
What is the French revolution?
The French Revolution is a period in the History of France, covering the years 1789-1799, in which the monarchy was overthrown and radical restructing was forced upon the Roman Catholic Church.
Paco Delgado was the main costume designer that worked very hard on the designs. He thought that it was tough to come up with designs for clothes such as dresses for the workers, and suits for soldiers. ' I think it is really hard, suddenly the movie has finished and you think oh my god'. This quote was spoken directly from Paco Delgado. It suggests that he takes it on as a challenge and has fun whilst doing it
In the musical les mis, there is a number of amazing designs showing the things that are relevant to the play. Fore example, the french flag and rebellion flag stand out amongst the furniture in the barricades.
The lighting is very important because you need there to be different things that stand out. You need to be able to see the important things clearly, so they stand out. This is important because the audience need to realize what the play is about.
what les mis means
who did set designs
What does Les misérables really mean?
The title literally means, 'The miserable ones' but it could also mean ' the wretched', 'the poor' or ' the victims'. In the play there is a lot of pain but towards the end almost all the characters get their happy endings.
The barricade is another very important scene in the musical as it shows